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Cognitive Science of Religion
The Cognitive Science of Religion Series publishes research into the cognitive foundations of religious thinking and behavior, and their consequences for social morphology. The emphasis of the series is on scientific approaches to the study of religion within the framework of the cognitive sciences, including experimental, clinical, or laboratory studies, but works drawing upon ethnographic, linguistic, archaeological, or historical research are welcome, as are critical appraisals of research in these areas. In addition to providing a forum for presenting new empirical evidence and major theoretical innovations, the series publishes concise overviews of issues in the field suitable for students and general readers.
Harvey Whitehouse and Luther H. Martin
A Cognitive Theory of Magic
AltaMira Press • December 2006 • Textbook
God from the Machine: Artificial Intelligence Models of Religious Cognition
WILLIAM SIMS BAINBRIDGE
AltaMira Press • April 2006 • Textbook
Mind and Religion: Psychological and Cognitive Foundations of Religion
HARVEY WHITEHOUSE AND ROBERT N. MCCAULEY -
PASCAL BOYER; ROBERT HINDE; E THOMAS LAWS...
AltaMira Press • June 2005 • Textbook
Theorizing Religions Past: Archaeology, History, and Cognition
HARVEY WHITEHOUSE AND LUTHER H. MARTIN -
HARVEY WHITEHOUSE, LUTHER MARTIN; E THOMAS ...
AltaMira Press • September 2004 •
Ritual and Memory: Toward a Comparative Anthropology of Religion
HARVEY WHITEHOUSE AND JAMES LAIDLAW -
J.D.Y PEEL; DAVID SHANKLAND; MAURICE BLOCH; BR...
AltaMira Press • August 2004 •
Magic, Miracles, and Religion: A Scientist's Perspective
AltaMira Press • June 2004 •
Modes of Religiosity: A Cognitive Theory of Religious Transmission
AltaMira Press • May 2004 •
How the Bible Works: An Anthropological Study of Evangelical Biblicism
AltaMira Press • May 2004 • Textbook
Why Would Anyone Believe in God?
JUSTIN L. BARRETT
AltaMira Press • April 2004 • Textbook